On Monday, shares of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, Alphabet, and Microsoft plummeted. A hypothetic cause is a rally in the US 10-year bond yield. Apart from that, Facebook had some other reasons. Tech analysis of shares of Facebook, Amazon, and Netflix for 06.10.2021.
Due to the growth rate slowdown of the revenue and the number of users, Zoom Video Communications shares have lost over 28% in three months. As a consequence – a collapse of the deal between Zoom and Five9. After that, shares of both companies have added 2.3% and 4.7% respectively.
The shares of Spotify, Netflix, Match Group, and other companies reacted positively to the news about Apple changing payment rules in App Store. Starting 2022, Apple will allow alternative payments in its store. Tech analysis of Spotify, Netflix, and Match Group shares for September 3rd, 2021.
The shares of Zoom Video Communications dropped by 16% regardless of an all-ime high quarterly report. The revenue exceeded $1 billion but it's growth is slowing down. Investors are doubting and getting rid of them company's shares. Tech analysis of Zoom shares for September 1st, 2021.
In the middle of the week, the shares of Salesforce and Western Digital grew by almost 3% and 8%, respectively. The first company reported a record quarterly revenue, and the second one is planning a merger with Kioxia. Tech analysis of Salesforce and Western Digital for August 27th, 2021.
This week, Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft released their quarterly statements. The most important financial data from the reports. Tech analysis of Alphabet, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft shares.
Quarterly statements from Twitter, Snap, and Intel were published on July 22nd. The first company reported the biggest revenue growth over seven years, the second – a 50% decline in losses, while the third one announced drops in both revenue and profit. Tech analysis of Twitter, Snap, and Intel shares
Alphabet shares dropped after the company got sued. Apple shares set a new price record. Tech analysis of Alphabet and Apple shares for July 12th.
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, won over Oracle in court. The arguement started in 2010. The shares of Google and Oracle reacted positively. The plaintiff wanted $9 billion of compensation. The Supreme Court of the USA claimed Alphabet innocent.